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Arrowhead hockey team wins yet again

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

January 13, 2016 — On a cold night, Arrowhead's boys hockey team remained red-hot Tuesday.
Hosting Brookfield/Catholic Memorial in a Classic 8 Conference game at the Mullett Ice Center, the Warhawks dominated the visitors from the start, scoring an impressive 5-0 victory.

The win was the ninth straight for the Warhawks, its longest winning streak since 2009, the same year Arrowhead won the state championship. AHS is now 11-1 on the season.

Jack Schlinsog had two goals for the winners, as did Jaxson Carr. Jon Daury had the final score. Carr's first goal was a shorthanded score.
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Arrowhead's one goal enough to win Admirals Cup

By Dave Boehler, Special to the Journal Sentinel

December 31, 2015 — The Arrowhead hockey team fired 54 shots on goal Wednesday afternoon and only one of them went in.

That's all the Warhawks needed, as they beat Cedarburg, 1-0, to win the championship of the Admirals Cup at the Mullett Ice Center.

Arrowhead did not allow a goal in winning all three games in the tournament to improve to 8-1.

Warhawks senior goalie J.J. Gerlach twisted his ankle early in the team's second tournament game Monday and was replaced by junior Aaron Nicholson. He had to stop just 15 shots against Cedarburg to pick up his third shutout of the season.

"As a goalie, you've always got to be ready," Nicholson said. "So I didn't really have any nerves. I'm a junior now, so I'm usually pretty calm out there.
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Arrowhead Captures Admirals Cup

By Milwaukee Admirals

December 30, 2015 — A second period power-play goal by junior forward Caleb Beversdorf proved to be the difference as the Arrowhead Warhawks topped the Cedarburg Bulldogs 1-0 Tuesday afternoon to clinch the 2015 Admirals Cup Title.

Arrowhead, who is coached by Admirals alum Carl Valimont, cruised through the tournament without allowing a goal, topping Homestead 2-0 in the first round and blanking Marquette High 4-0 in round two before their whitewash of Cedarberg today.

Early in the second period things were going Cedarburgs way as the Bulldogs had a five minute power-play thanks to a boarding major to Arrowhead. However, two consecutive minor penalties on Cedarburg created a 4-on-3 chance for the Warhawks and they took advantage when Beversdorf redirected a shot by Braden Steger from the right circle and by Cedarburg goalie Matt McCoy.

Arrowhead goalie Aaron Nicholson tallied the shutout, stopping all 15 shots he saw. McCoy performed marvelously in net for Cedarburg, stopping 53 shots in the game, including 23 in the second period alone.
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Red-hot Hawks Win Again

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

December 30, 2015 — The red-hot Arrowhead boys hockey team continued to surge last week.

Hosting Homestead at the Mullett Ice Center in the first round of three round Milwaukee Admirals Cup on Dec. 23, the Warhawks got a strong performance from its defense and blanked the Highlanders, 2-0.

"This has been a lot of fun so far," said new AHS coach Carl Valimont. "We're beating teams this year that these same guys have been losing to the last two years. Homestead beat these guys twice last year by the score of 7-2. We shut them out, the same team. The guys are buying into what we're telling them. But the key is we have to keep getting better."
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Goal with 24 seconds left lifts Kettle Moraine past Arrowhead

By Chuck Delsman (Lake Country Reporter)

December 06, 2015 — The hockey game at the Naga-Waukee Ice Arena had it all last Friday night.

The Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/Oconomowoc boys team hosted longtime rival Arrowhead in the first Classic 8 Conference game of the season and won in stunning fashion when Scott Johnson scored the game-winning goal with just 24 seconds to play, giving KM/MHS/OHS a come-from-behind, 3-2 victory over the Warhawks.

The Lasers didn't have the same kind of good fortune the following night when they lost to host De Pere, 3-0. KM/MHS/OHS is now 1-4 on the season. Arrowhead fell to 1-1 with the loss.

Against Arrowhead, KM/MHS/OHS scored three of the final four goals to grab the victory.
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